Welcome to our “5 Questions” series! We chat with park staff around the province to give you an inside look at what it’s like to work at Ontario Parks.
Director Bruce Bateman began his career at Bon Echo in the summer of 1978. He’s worked his way up from the gatehouse to the director’s office, with stops as park superintendent and zone manager along the way.
Continue reading 5 questions with Ontario Parks’ director
Looking for a summer job with growth potential?
Why not apply to Ontario Parks?
It’s how Director Bruce Bateman got his start.
Continue reading From summer student to director
The Missinaibi River is one of the longest and most famous canoe routes in the Hudson Bay watershed – 500 km of whitewater river, from the Arctic watershed divide down to James Bay.
This summer, our Northeastern Resource Stewardship Crew traveled 185 km of that river working to maintain Missinaibi Provincial Park‘s backcountry.
Check out this video of their travels:
Continue reading Maintaining the Missinaibi
Happy International Youth Day!
Students and youth are the lifeblood of our parks — we couldn’t do without them!
Here are just a few stand-out students from around the province:
Continue reading International Youth Day 2016
If you’d like to be part of a fun and energetic team, try working in maintenance with Ontario Parks! The maintenance team works together to make sure the entire park runs smoothly and they get to work outside! Continue reading Summer Jobs in Ontario Parks: Maintenance